Neodymium Disc - 30mm x 10mm
|Pull Force*||19.3 kg|
|Style||Rare Earth Disc magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised||Dimensions||Height: 10mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
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Magnetic Product Description:
These rare earth disc magnets have a diameter of 30mm and a height of 10mm. They have a magnetic flux reading of 3495 Gauss and a pull force of 19.3 kilos. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 20002.
Uses for our rare earth disc magnets:
Entities supplying engineering equipment to offshore oil and gas platforms make sure they pack plenty of these neodymium disc 30mmx10mm magnets for the long trip over the ocean. They deliver miles of steel wire ropes, chains, slings and associated fittings for lifting, carrying and holding along with everything else a huge industrial platform may need in the way of engineering kit. Wherever steel products go, magnets are right alongside them, including these versatile all-rounders. Valued for their fastening, hold and release and connective tissue properties, magnets help keep these drilling and pumping platforms safe in one of the most unforgiving environments on earth: the middle of the ocean.
Apparatus involved in lifting holding and releasing of mining and pumping equipment, can be found in other industries, but apparatus for holding and releasing the off shore rig itself, sometimes anchored to the ocean floor, and is a scope of another order and magnitude. Steel wire ropes as thick as a man’s torso, single drop forged simple hooks the size of a double bed and as thick as the mattress.
As well as applications throughout the offshore platforms operations, magnets are used in conjunction with fail safe devices embedded in some of this extreme scale kit and equipment. In an emergency, these fail safe devices, with the aid of magnets, release their hold on the piece of kit at a pre-determined point.
That is, the apparatus will fail under certain stresses, but at place in the apparatus of the engineer’s choosing. The engineers cannot afford chance to determine where the break in the apparatus will occur in the event of an emergency. This mechanism allows for the sacrifice one part of the apparatus, (the hook) to preserve another (the crane).
Magnets with their trusted and accurate pull force properties allows the engineer to determine how much force needs to be applied to the apparatus to trigger the fail-safe device. This principle of built in redundancy under certain conditions, cyclonic weather for instance, applies across the fixing holding and carrying protocols on off shore oil and gas rigs. Miners operating deep in the ocean hundreds of miles from solid ground require the highest levels of vigilance when managing their operations. With the help of these neodymium disc 30mmx10mm magnets, and others like them, offshore mining can remain a viable and safe form of resource capture.
Today food waste management is more than just scraping the dinner tables leftovers into the dog’s dish. Today many businesses in hospitality and food markets utilize machines to process discarded food for recovery as a clean source of organic fertilizer and for electricity generation. Companies supplying these machines use neodymium-disc-30mm-x-10mm magnets throughout their production chain in the delivery of this very useful service.
- Holds my stuff properlyStrong magnet with tight grip. I don't loose my screws, nails or bolts anymore